Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission

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Partial Rootzone Drying – A new deficit irrigation strategy for apples and pearsHorst Caspari2004HTMLPDFn/a
Water Use, Fruit Quality, Tree Growth and Development, and Nutritional Physiology as Influenced by Irrigation Systems in ‘Fuji’ and ‘Gala’ Apples and by Rootstock in ‘Gala’Dr. Essie Fallahi2004HTMLPDFn/a
Towards a better understanding of soil moisture deficits on shoot & root physiologyDavid Eissenstat2005HTMLPDFn/a
Influences of selected mulches and soil amendments on dynamics of nitrogen and phosphorus availability in the apple root zoneTom Forge2005HTMLPDFn/a
Water and nutrient management for high quality fruitDenise Neilsen2005HTMLPDFn/a
Alternative Water Management Strategies for Sweet CherriesMatthew Whiting2005HTMLPDFn/a
Pear Rootstock and Deficit Irrigation TrialTom Auvil 2005HTMLPDFn/a
Water use, quality and growth as affected by irrigation and/or rootstockDr. Essie Fallahi2007HTMLPDFn/a
Irrigation Automation Using Infrared Temperature SensorsR. Troy Peters2007HTMLPDFn/a
Alternative nutrient, water and floor management strategiesFrank (Xinhua) Yin2008HTMLPDFn/a
Irrigation and fertilization for optimal cherry fruit qualityTodd Einhorn2012HTMLPDFn/a
Effect of near-harvest irrigation on fruit qualityMatthew Whiting2016HTMLPDFn/a
Streamlining the Pacific Northwest sweet cherry breeding programCameron Peace2018HTMLn/an/a

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